A charming and unspoilt Cotswold Village that has never looked back since it was named the "Prettiest Village in England". It takes its name from the ruins of a Roman castle that can be seen at the top of a hill.
It is difficult to believe but it is true: this inland village was the set for the port scenes in the musical Doctor Doolittle, the earlier version of the film with Tony Newley et al.
Lacock Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum & Village (14Km) - Lacock Abbey founded in 1232. The Village dating from Medieval times, remains unspoilt and has good inns and a National Trust shop. The Abbey is also featured in the recent Harry Potter films
For those who choose to enjoy the beauty of the English countryside, The 14th century Manor House Hotel is just perfect. Nestling in 365 acres of secluded parkland, picturesque waterfalls, Italian Gardens and an 18 hole golf course. Book online now Price: From £99 No of rooms: 48 Cards: Visa/Mcard Switch Child rate: No Garden Ratings: AA 4
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